Rutland sees lotto winnersSeptember 13,2012Rutland sees
Olivia’s Market on Stratton Road in Rutland sold a $10,000 lottery ticket to an Arlington woman.
Vermont Lottery announced Wednesday that Susan Hoyt has won $10,000 in the “Hot Lotto” game.
Hoyt’s was one of three winning tickets sold in Rutland in the last week, according to lottery officials — Jiffy Mart had a “Double-Up Dollars” ticket worth $20,000 while a Stewart’s sold a $10,000 “Moonlight Crossword” ticket.
As of Wednesday, the “Hot Lotto” jackpot was estimated at $1.93 million.
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