She bought her winning ticket at the local Kwik Star in Cedar Falls at 4515 Coneflower Parkway. After purchasing her lucky ticket, Roberta Gray scratched her game in her car right after purchase to see if she had won anything.
Official documents report Douglas and his family lived in Cedar Rapids. This Waterloo native became known as a "captain of industry" in Cedar Rapids due to him amassing approximately $4 million dollars. In 1912, Douglas retired and made a trip to Europe with his wife Mahala and their maid …
Residents in Waterloo won't have to be as nostalgic for nights at the drive-in if things go according to plan. As reported in the Waterloo Courier, a permit for a drive-in movie theater at the National Cattle Congress has been recommended.
Another day, another Waterloo resident winning the lottery. I don't know what's in the water, but I need a big gulp. Just last week another Waterloo woman won $100,000 dollars from a scratch off ticket book. Now, another one is winning because she thought the game had an interesting look.