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Frank Mullen

Frank Mullen died at the University of Washington Medical Center on Tuesday, July 7, 2015, surrounded by his family, after a battle with...
For Big Oil, the end justifies the means

I was not in attendance at one of the recent debates about Prop 1 (oil taxation) but I saw part of it later.
Parties must come together to solve Kenai River issues

A recent letter to the editor from Frank Mullen has added a lot of strength to perceived problems with the Board of Fish. I once fished the Kenai River for kings, but do not...
Fish board actions do little to conserve kings

Mark Hamilton, president of the Kenai River Sportfishing Association (KRSA) recently opined that the Board of Fish (BOF) meetings had produced a "clear victory for Kenai kings." I disagree, and believe that any objective person would disagree as well.
Voices of the Peninsula: Kenai kings face long odds

...Board of Fisheries must not gamble on the future, but take decisive action to improve the in river spawning habitat. Frank Mullen was born on a homestead on the banks of the Kenai River and is the son of one of Soldotna's first families. Mullen...
Campaign signs stolen around Soldotna

...outside of the right-of-ways. The Planning and Zoning department said they have not touched the signs. Toutonghi, Frank Mullen and Megan Lacross reported a number of signs were stolen including nonaffiliated candidate Eric Treider for Senate District...
Voices of the Peninsula: Drift fisherman cynical of fish board proceedings

...the economy on the Kenai Peninsula represents more than swagger and grab. It is simply morally and ethically wrong. Frank Mullen lives in Homer. He has been a sport and commercial fisherman all his life, a businessman, and served on the Kenai...
South Peninsula residents talk fish with Seaton, Micciche tight times."After expressing appreciation to both Seaton and Micciche for their service in the Legislature, Frank Mullen of Homer focused on their support of SB 21 and the initiative process currently underway to give voters the option to...
Peninsula Reflections

...section line goes right through the waters of the creek as it flows into the river. It separates the public land from the Frank Mullen homestead. In the late 1940s, Matrona Peterson, of Kenai, visited the Mullen cabin and offered to show Marge Mullen...
Around the Peninsula

...The Run" produced by Mike Letzring. The program is about annual salmon runs in Cook Inlet. George Jackinsky and Frank Mullen are featured. Historical footage of salmon fishing and processing is included, and some of the "conflicts" between...


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