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Nebraska woman claims $97,589 Dakota Cash lottery jackpot across the border in South Dakota

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PIERRE, South Dakota — A woman from Rushville, Nebraska, has claimed a $97,589 Dakota Cash lottery jackpot in South Dakota.

Laura Landreth won the money in the May 13 drawing with a ticket she bought at a store in Spearfish. She collected the prize on Tuesday.

Landreth says she'll use her winnings to pay off some bills, maybe purchase a vehicle and save for retirement.

Dakota Cash is played only in South Dakota. The jackpot sits at $24,000. The odds of winning the top prize are 1 in about 325,000.

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