Jan. 11, 2016 – A Cowboy DrawTM winner scored the jackpot after the 2 p.m. drawing on Monday, Jan. 9. WyoLottoTM officials said the winner has yet to come forward. The winning ticket was sold on Jan. 7 in Sheridan, Wyo., at the Big Horn Y, located at 7088 Coffeen Ave.
On Monday, the jackpot total payout amount rose to $649,878, and the winning numbers were 7, 9, 10, 32, and 42. WyoLotto encourages all players to check their Cowboy Draw tickets!
Wyoming is rounding up winners. Along with Monday’s jackpot winner, Cowboy Draw also had six $1,000 winners around the state. Those tickets were sold in Rawlins, Mills, Laramie, Sheridan, and Evanston.
Cowboy Draw isn’t the only game heating up the state this winter. WyoLotto’s newest draw game, Lucky for LifeⓇ, has minted three $5,000 winners across the state since tickets became available Dec. 4.
Those winning tickets were sold at:
WyoLotto officials are still on the lookout for the players who purchased the winning Lucky for Life tickets at Discount Liquor and Riverside Garage & Cabins, so WyoLotto players are encouraged to check their Lucky for Life tickets.
WyoLotto offers four unique draw games including Cowboy Draw, Lucky for Life, Mega MillionsⓇ, and PowerballⓇ. Wyoming has celebrated 1,847,602 winners across the state for all four games, and players have brought home $28,427,671 in total winnings since WyoLotto launched in August 2014.
Jan. 10, 2017 – Funds from the Wyoming Lottery Corporation’s revenue were transferred to the Wyoming State Treasurer’s Office on Jan. 9. Wyoming communities will benefit from those funds, which are distributed to Wyoming’s 99 cities and towns and 23 counties. WyoLottoTM has prioritized giving back to Wyoming, and in doing so, this will be its fourth transfer to the state.
Each quarter, WyoLotto transfers revenue to the Wyoming Treasurer’s Office, which is then distributed per state statute. The revenue transfer this quarter, totalling $633,708.99, brings WyoLotto’s total revenue transfer amount to $3,467,098.30 since April 2016.
Revenue transfers each year will be distributed by the State Treasurer to Wyoming’s cities, towns, and counties, which use these funds at their discretion for a range of local improvements. Should revenue transfers exceed $6 million in a fiscal year, those funds will be directed to the Wyoming Permanent Land Fund’s Common School Account.
WyoLotto offers four unique draw games to players including Cowboy DrawTM, Mega MillionsⓇ, PowerballⓇ, and the new Lucky for Life. With the introduction of Lucky for LifeⓇ, the state’s newest draw game, WyoLotto looks forward to building on the success that has made these transfers possible.
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Dec. 5, 2016 – WyoLottoTM CEO Jon Clontz announced today that a new kind of luck is coming to Wyoming. WyoLotto hosted a celebration for the launch of its newest game, Lucky for LifeⓇ, in Cheyenne at the Cheyenne Depot Museum.
It’s time to check your tickets, WyoLottoTM players. Thanksgiving Day added another reason to be thankful for one WyoLotto player. On Nov. 24, Wyoming’s own game, Cowboy DrawTM, drew a jackpot winner. WyoLotto announced the winning ticket was sold in Cody, Wyo., at the Maverik on 17th Street. The winner will claim $573,074.
WyoLottoTM brings the fun and excitement of the lottery to players across the state and throughout the region. As a part of the Lottery’s goal to give back to Wyoming, WyoLotto made a third transfer of revenue to the state on Oct. 7.