There are two very happy lottery players in North Dakota today, after it was announced that winning tickets had been sold in both Grafton and Turtle Lake.

Granted, neither ticket won the big jackpot, worth $1.5 billion, but the ticket sold in Turtle Lake did score the buyer $100,000, which isn't a bad pay day at all.

The winning ticket sold in Grafton was purchased at Hugo's, according to InForum, while the winning ticket in Turtle Lake was purchased at the Cenex store.

The Grafton ticket purchaser has yet to come forward to claim their prize.

At least three people nationwide will share the $1.5 billion jackpot, which was the largest in Powerball history. The winning tickets were sold in California, Florida, and Tennessee.

[InForum]