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(Salem, OR)  --  Lottery officials say hundreds of thousands of Oregonians won consolation prizes in the Powerball drawing, even though no one in the state shared in the one-point-six-billion-dollar jackpot.  More than 250-thousand Oregon residents won prizes ranging from four dollars to 100-thousand dollars.  Two tickets sold in Portland are each worth 50-thousand dollars, as are tickets that were bought in Grants Pass, Baker City, Coos Bay, Veneta, and Salem.  The ticket sold in Baker City is actually worth 100-thousand, because the Power Play option was used. 

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