BARDSTOWN, Ky. (AP) - Kentucky Lottery officials say they've heard from a group of central Kentucky workers who claim to have a Powerball ticket worth more than $61 million.
Lottery spokesman Chip Polston says the group is expected at lottery headquarters soon.
Kathy Graham of Bardstown says she is among a group of 22 employees and former workers at Nukote International who hit the jackpot.
Bonnie Bullock is also a member of the winning group, but says she's staying at the office while others head to lottery headquarters in Louisville.
Polston says lottery officials have not yet confirmed the winning ticket.
Graham says Nukote is a manufacturer and supplier of ink jet and laser toner cartridges.
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