While the South Dakota Lottery Commission focuses its current attention on increasing play on video lottery terminals, there was good news today regarding scratch-ticket and jackpot-lotto sales during the past fiscal year ending June 30. Lottery director Norm Lingle said $6.6 million was transferred to the state treasury in net revenue from scratch tickets. That was the second-highest in the lottery’s 25 years of operation, he said. The other big news was that $9.4 million was transferred to the treasury in net revenue from lotto sales. That was a record amount, according to Lingle.