I was 12 when I started working for a newspaper. I learned most journalists are vocational people, patriotic people. You don’t go into this trade for money. You go because a healthy newspaper is integral to a healthy democracy. That’s why our forefathers made such a big deal out of “freedom of the press”. It’s been an honor and a privileged to work beside so many good people.

An online slice of my journalism life

click to see Mullis' journalism profile on Muck rack

Where Developing Laugh Lines currently lives

click to find the latest column


Michigan Associated Press Media Editors Award – second place for “best column”

Michigan Press Award – second place for “best column”

William Randolph Hearst Special Merit Award winner