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Dalton woman wins $80,000 in lottery instant game

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DALTON, GA (Times Free Press) -- A Dalton, Ga., mother of two has won the $80,000 top prize in the Georgia Lottery's instant game Orange Doubler Cashword, a news release states.

Ana Mares, 24, claimed her prize recently at the lottery's district office in Dalton.

"We just went into the store after visiting my in-laws," Mares recalled. "My husband got one for each of us."

She scratched her ticket at home, the release from the lottery states.

Read more from our news partner the Times Free Press.

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