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If you haven’t heard already, BYU bought the Provo High School property for $25 million this past week. It was big news for the area and the local media was all over it. However, there was one piece of the story that stood out: BYU claims to be undecided with what they will do with…

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If there is one thing I’m glad Facebook has, it’s the ability to easily sell items you have laying around online. Sure, KSL Classifieds and Craigslist have been around for years, but there is just something about selling on Facebook that is so easy and quick. Unfortunately, that means it’s just as quick and easy…

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Digital marketing agency Big Leap is excited to announce the acquisition of Leadgenix, a digital marketing agency based out of Provo, UT. The two brands are eager to join forces and expand their service offerings and areas of expertise. Founded in 2008, Leadgenix was led by President Dan Posner, who now joins Big Leap as…

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Recently Forbes came out with a list with the best college in each state. The criteria focused on ┬áthe “return-on-investment” you get with each school. Who took the cake in Utah? It was Brigham Young University. Here is what Forbes had to say about BYU: “Brigham Young University (Top College No. 104) was founded in…

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Yesterday Mayor John Curtis delivered the 2016 “Provo State of the City” address. The update was being broadcasted live on several social networks including Periscope and Snapchat. In case you missed the address, you can watch the 12 minute address below. Enjoy! He also did some Q&A with the media for around 7 minutes which…

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With the open house of the new Provo City Center Temple going on I thought it would be a great time to outline some interesting facts about the new temple. Odds are at least one of these interesting facts will be something you didn’t know before reading this. Enjoy! 1. This is the only temple…

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Today I, along with other Google Fiber subscribers here in Provo received the following email: While $130/month for TV and internet still isn’t a bad price, it makes Comcast/Xfinity the new best option in Provo. Comcast offers a very similar package to Provo subscribers for $120/month. The main difference is that Google’s speeds are 1…

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Local elections have come and gone and now that the dust has settled it’s time to examine how the race has gone. If you haven’t had a chance to check out the results, you can do so by clicking here. One of the races I was paying close attention to was Carina Wytiaz taking on…

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Last night at the first ever “Provo Buzz Live AMA”, I had the opportunity of representing Market Campus alongside John Richards of Startup Ignition and Cahlan Sharp of DevMountain. During the event we answered many questions that were asked via the Provo Buzz AMA page (videos will be posted tomorrow). However, the most significant part…