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Largest Powerball jackpot ticket sold in Lonaconing, |...

The Coney Market in Lonaconing, a 1,200-person town in Western Maryland, where a winning, $731.1 million Powerball ticket was sold last week.
(Colin Campbell)

Largest Powerball jackpot ticket sold in Lonaconing, Maryland | PHOTOS

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A winning, $731.1 million Powerball ticket was sold last week in Lonaconing, Maryland.
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Biggest Powerball jackpot ticket sold in Lonaconing, Maryland
The Coney Market in Lonaconing, a 1,200-person town in Western Maryland, where a winning, $731.1 million Powerball ticket was sold last week.
The Coney Market in Lonaconing, a 1,200-person town in Western Maryland, where a winning, $731.1 million Powerball ticket was sold last week. (Colin Campbell)
Biggest Powerball jackpot ticket sold in Lonaconing, Maryland
A pickup truck is parked by the Coney Market in Lonaconing, Md. a 1,200-person town in Western Maryland, where a winning, $731.1 million Powerball ticket was sold last week, Thursday, Jan. 21, 2021.
A pickup truck is parked by the Coney Market in Lonaconing, Md. a 1,200-person town in Western Maryland, where a winning, $731.1 million Powerball ticket was sold last week, Thursday, Jan. 21, 2021. (Colin Campbell/AP)
Biggest Powerball jackpot ticket sold in Lonaconing, Maryland
Owner Richard “Dick” Ravenscroft, center, and manager Connie Fazenbaker, right, monitor a delivery of beer and cider at the Coney Market in Lonaconing, Western Maryland, on Thursday. The store sold the biggest Powerball jackpot in state history.
Owner Richard “Dick” Ravenscroft, center, and manager Connie Fazenbaker, right, monitor a delivery of beer and cider at the Coney Market in Lonaconing, Western Maryland, on Thursday. The store sold the biggest Powerball jackpot in state history. (Colin Campbell)
Biggest Powerball jackpot ticket sold in Lonaconing, Maryland
The Coney Market added delivery two summers ago to compete with the Dollar General, which opened nearby recently. (Colin Campbell/The Sun)
The Coney Market added delivery two summers ago to compete with the Dollar General, which opened nearby recently. (Colin Campbell/The Sun) (Colin Campbell)
Biggest Powerball jackpot ticket sold in Lonaconing, Maryland
Lonaconing, a coal-mining town about 15 miles southwest of Cumberland, is the proud home of Hall of Fame pitcher Robert “Lefty” Grove.
Lonaconing, a coal-mining town about 15 miles southwest of Cumberland, is the proud home of Hall of Fame pitcher Robert “Lefty” Grove. (Colin Campbell)
Lonaconing
Lonaconing, a coal-mining town about 15 miles southwest of Cumberland, is the proud home of Hall of Fame pitcher Robert “Lefty” Grove.
Lonaconing, a coal-mining town about 15 miles southwest of Cumberland, is the proud home of Hall of Fame pitcher Robert “Lefty” Grove. (Colin Campbell)
Biggest Powerball jackpot ticket sold in Lonaconing, Maryland
Gary Martin, a 36-year-old mechanic who lives in Westernport, was dumbfounded to hear a Powerball winner had been picked in Lonaconing, of all places.
Gary Martin, a 36-year-old mechanic who lives in Westernport, was dumbfounded to hear a Powerball winner had been picked in Lonaconing, of all places. (Colin Campbell)
Biggest Powerball jackpot ticket sold in Lonaconing, Maryland
Lonaconing is home to nation’s first successful iron furnace fired by the coal byproduct coke, a nod to the town’s coal-mining past.
Lonaconing is home to nation’s first successful iron furnace fired by the coal byproduct coke, a nod to the town’s coal-mining past. (Colin Campbell)
Biggest Powerball jackpot ticket sold in Lonaconing, Maryland
Lonaconing is home to nation’s first successful iron furnace fired by the coal byproduct coke, a nod to the town’s coal-mining past.
Lonaconing is home to nation’s first successful iron furnace fired by the coal byproduct coke, a nod to the town’s coal-mining past. (Colin Campbell)
Biggest Powerball jackpot ticket sold in Lonaconing, Maryland
Lonaconing is home to nation’s first successful iron furnace fired by the coal byproduct coke, a nod to the town’s coal-mining past.
Lonaconing is home to nation’s first successful iron furnace fired by the coal byproduct coke, a nod to the town’s coal-mining past. (Colin Campbell)
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