BOISE -- A 63-year-old Boise woman is the newest million dollar Powerball winner.
Susan Worthington claimed her $1 million winning ticket from the Idaho Lottery Tuesday morning.
She won the big prize in last week's historic drawing that soared to a record Powerball jackpot of $587.5 million.
Susan almost did not buy a ticket for the Powerball drawing, but changed her mind at the urging of her 83-year-old mother.
"I gave her five dollars and I said, 'You put in five dollars,'" said Jean Worthington-Byers.
Susan bought five Powerball tickets around 6 p.m. Wednesday, just hours before the deadline.
The mother and daughter then randomly picked their tickets.
"She came home and fanned out on a table the tickets she bought. I drew one, she drew one, then I drew one, then she drew one. I came that close to being a millionaire," said Jean Worthington-Byers.
A check presentation was held Tuesday morning at Albertsons at Five Mile and Ustick roads, where the winning ticket was purchased.
Worthington tells KTVB her first big purchase was an $80 keyless entry remote to her Chevy Malibu. She also bought her mother lunch at Olive Garden.
When asked if she's gone on any big shopping sprees, Worthington replied, "I need to get milk and juice here at Albertsons."
Worthington, who recently retired, said, "You always think what would I do with a millionaire dollars. Look at the good you can do with that much money. And I hope I can," said Susan Worthington.
"I am so happy for her. So happy," said Jean Worthington-Byers.
The last big lottery winner at the Albertsons on Ustick and Five Mile was in June 2011.
A man won $191-thousand dollars on Winner Take All Raffle.
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