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No joke, man wins $100,000

Clinton Wilson won $100,000 play the ASL's "10X Joker's Jackpot." (Source: Arkansas Scholarship Lottery) Clinton Wilson won $100,000 play the ASL's "10X Joker's Jackpot." (Source: Arkansas Scholarship Lottery)
PANGBURN, AR (KAIT) -

No joke, a Region 8 man will have a very happy holiday.

Clinton Wilson of Pangburn traveled to Little Rock Friday to collect $100,000.

He won the money playing the Arkansas Scholarship Lottery’s “10X Joker’s Jackpot” game.

Wilson bought his winning $5 ticket at Sugar Loaf #66, 1500 Bypass Road in Heber Springs.

He first told his wife about the win, of course.

He says they plan to use the winnings to pay off some bills.

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