The first wave of 50 layoffs has already happened at United Technologies' 700-worker electronics plant in Huntington, which is slated for closure.
The Lafayette winner walked away with $189.1 million, which would've earned the county more than $2 million.
About 1.5 million Hoosiers get power through rural electric cooperatives, not for-profit utilities that provide electric in rural areas.
A spokesperson says the winner is a Lafayette man whose winning ticket was among five he bought at a convenience store on the day of the Feb. 22 drawing.
Indiana’s unemployment rate declined more over the last year than any neighboring state.
Indiana took in $134 million more in taxes last month than fiscal analysts predicted.
The nine university, multi-year research and extension project wrapped up this year.