With one play, AR woman wins $10k - KAIT Jonesboro, AR - Region 8 News, weather, sports

With one play, AR woman wins $10k

(Source: Arkansas Scholarship Lottery) (Source: Arkansas Scholarship Lottery)
WOODRUFF COUNTY, AR (KAIT) -

A trip to a convenience store in Augusta turned into a big payday for a Woodruff County woman.

The Arkansas Scholarship Lottery announced on their Facebook page Tuesday that Barbara of Gregory was the winner of $10,000.

She bought a $10,000 Loaded instant ticket for $10 from the Augusta Food Mart, 105 Highway 64 East, according to the lottery.

Barbara told lottery officials she plans to save the prize.

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