Tip Line: 414-777-5808 | newsdesk@cbs58.com

14 $50,000 Wisconsin Powerball Winners have Come Forward

Wisconsin had a total of 22 Powerball winners from the January 9 and January 13 drawings.  Each won $50,000 and fourteen of the winners have come forward to claim their prize. 

Mark Williams – Green Bay

Lou's One Stop

2721 Manitowoc Road – Green Bay

Brown

David Robertson – Cottage Grove

Metro Market

6010 Cottage Grove Road – Madison

Dane

John Riley – Madison

PDQ

7717 Mineral Point Road – Madison

Dane

Nicholas Fude – Horicon

Kwik Trip

1601 Landmark Drive – Cottage Grove

Dane

Victor Edmund – Fitchburg

Kwik Trip

856 North Main Street – Oregon

Dane

Jan McMasters – Menomonie

Bob & Steve's BP Amoco

1501 9th Street -  Menomonie

Dunn

Francis Kolp – New Berlin

Speedway

12340 W. Oklahoma Avenue – West Allis

Milwaukee

Mark Graff – Melrose

Casey's General Store

326 South Blackriver Street - Sparta

Monroe

John Kirby – Burlington

Kwik Trip

500 Falcon Ridge Drive – Burlington

Racine

Thomas Witek – Racine

Raza Petroleum

600 Four Mile Road – Racine

Racine

Deanne Bucholtz – Beloit

Casey's General Store

2350 Cranston Boulevard – Beloit

Rock

Lisa Schmidt – Cascade

Pick & Save

2643 Eastern Avenue – Plymouth

Sheboygan

Todd Vanderkin – Plymouth

Mills Gas Mart

3110 Eastern Avenue – Plymouth

Sheboygan

Connie Gieser – Mesa

Holiday SSG

100 2nd Street – Hudson

St. Croix

The estimated Powerball jackpot for the Wednesday, January 21 drawing is $50 million ($31.8 million cash).  Tickets must be purchased by 9:00 PM on Wednesday to be included in the drawing:

  • Each ticket costs $2 per play
  • Choose five different numbers 1-69 and one Powerball number 1-26
  • Sign your ticket and check it as soon as possible to avoid missing out on any prize you may have won

The mission of Wisconsin Lottery is to provide property tax relief to Wisconsin homeowners.  Since the sale of the first lottery ticket in September 1988, the Lottery has generated more than $3.87 billion in property tax relief for Wisconsin homeowners, $766 million in commissions for Wisconsin businesses, and more than $7.14 billion in prizes for players.

Share this article: