It’s not one-point-seven-billion dollars, but it is something.
The Wisconsin Lottery says a 100-thousand-dollar ticket was sold for Wednesday night’s Powerball drawing in Tomah. Someone who shops at the Tomah Mini Mart bought that winning ticket.
Meanwhile Lottery managers say a Kwik Trip in Grand Chute sold a 50-thousand-dollar winning ticket. Of course, it was someone in California who again bought the big winner, worth one-point-seven-six-billion-dollars.