Summary DOTHAN, Ala. -- The Berkshire Hathaway Media Group has announced that Steve Smith will be regional publisher for its Alabama division. Smith will oversee the Dothan Eagle, Opelika-Auburn News, Enterprise Ledger, Eufaula Tribune, Dothan Progress and Jackson County Floridian in Mariana, Florida. Smith is a University of Alabama graduate who previously ran one of the operating groups of the California Newspapers Partnership, served as vice president of sales and marketing for the North Carolina division of Media General, and was a vice president and division manager for Community Newspaper Holdings in Birmingham.
Summary England's Jimmy Anderson reacts after believing he had taken the wicket of Australia's Steve Smith during the first day of the third Ashes test cricket match at Old Trafford cricket ground in Manchester, northern England August 1, 2013. We felt Anderson overstepped the mark and crossed the line. "We talk a lot about the spirit of the game and everything, and the guidelines that need to be followed.
Summary He's also, at 29, out of football. "We still know what we did," he said. "We accomplished it, we went out there and did it, and nobody was taking performance-enhancing drugs or anything like that. It was just something that happened off the field. So it's just kind of unfortunate for the kids that are younger that didn't get a chance to see us. We might not be on the statistical page, but if you were around and you knew and you (saw) what we did, we accomplished a lot."
Summary Despite hitting the age of 35, the expectations for Baltimore Ravens receiver Steve Smith are still high going into the 2014 NFL season. Part of that's because Smith has caught 64 or more passes in eight of the past nine seasons. The former Carolina Panthers receiver has had a career that may put him in the Pro Football Hall of Fame someday.