An accident was reported at 3:39 p.m. Monday, Dec. 30, on eastbound I-70 near 61st Street, according to KC Scout. (KC Scout photo)
With less than 17,000 tickets left in the Holiday Millionaire Raffle, Kansas Lottery officials are offering a flash sale now through Jan. 2.
Anyone who purchases a $20 Holiday Millionaire Raffle ticket will receive a $6 Powerball Quick Pick ticket at no additional charge, according to lottery officials. The raffle drawing will be Thursday, Jan. 2. The Powerball drawing will be Wednesday, with a $220 million jackpot.
At 3:30 p.m. Dec. 30, the lotteryâs website listed 16,481 raffle tickets left to sell, with just days left in the contest.
The flash sale will run through 2:50 a.m. Jan. 2, or until the last Holiday Millionaire Raffle ticket is sold, whichever comes first.
The Kansas Lottery will hold a live television announcement of the $1 million winning raffle number, which is scheduled to air at 11:58 a.m. Jan. 2.
Players must match their Holiday Millionaire Raffle numbers in exact order drawn to win, according to a lottery spokesman. Winners must produce their original raffle ticket to claim a prize. All prizes must be claimed within 365 days of the grand prize drawing, according to the spokesman.
Tabitha Burt, a 4-H member, with a display that was part of a poultry study she conducted with Elise Collins. The display was at the Kansas City, Kansas, Public Library. The two Wyandotte County 4-H members have been given the opportunity to present their findings at a national 4-H Youth Summit. (Photo from Wyandotte County 4-H)
Elise Collins and Tabitha Burt, ninth grade 4-H members from the Piper 4-H Community Club, have been given the opportunity to present findings from their poultry study during the National 4-H Youth Summit Agriscience Conference in Washington, D.C., in January 2020.
The 4-H members conducted a survey at two libraries and the Providence-Ball YMCA as part of their study.
They created posters showing how those living in an urban community could raise chickens on a budget and the benefits of eating fresh eggs. Their display included a chick life cycle exploration set with model eggs showing stages of egg development, along with other educational materials and hatching incubators.