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Fun Ways to Learn About Wayne County!

Quizzes / Local Trivia - including Wayne County History, Indiana - Know Your State, The Arts, Business, the Famous, and the Infamous, and Agriculture.

Send an e-postcard - featuring images from around Wayne County, Indiana

Photos and Videos

Photos - locate current and historical photos from around Wayne County, from a variety of sources.

Videos - WayNet's YouTube Channel

Comics

Find your favorite comic strips online. For the most part, these strips are delayed a week or more, but a late chuckle is better than no chuckle! Our thanks to the artists and syndicates for this service.

Go Comics

Comics Page by Tribune Media Services

King Features Syndicate

Lottery

Hoosier Lottery

Ohio Lottery

Powerball

Speedway Gas StationRichmond, Indiana is a lucky town! The Speedway at 4382 National Road East sold the ONE winning Powerball lottery ticket, worth $314 million on August 25, 2007.

On July 29, 1998, the Speedway at 500 National Road West and Northwest 5th Street sold the ticket for the largest jackpot in the history of Powerball as of that date.

If you'd like to try your luck, for the east side store, from Interstate 70, take the exit for U.S. 40 East and travel west for about 2 miles. The Speedway station is located at the corner of National Road East and Hayes Arboretum Road. To visit the west side store, from Interstate 70, take exit 149A (the Tom Raper exit!) and travel south three miles on Williamsburg Pike and N.W. 5th Street (one turns into the other). The Speedway station is located on the corner of U.S. 40 and Northwest 5th Street in Richmond, Indiana.

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Did You Know?

Wilbur Wright, co-inventor of the airplane with his brother, Orville, attended school in Richmond, Indiana. His family moved to Dayton, Ohio in June of 1884 just before he would have received his diploma from Richmond High School. The diploma was awarded to him posthumously on April 16, 1994.