Updated 12:00 a.m., Sun August 30, 2015
PHOTO BY: William Harvey

Sable Miller, the fifth generation in her family to staff Miller’s Drug Store, has called Malvern home all her life except for a brief time while attending the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock. She then moved back home to Malvern to live there while she finished her degree at UAMS.

124 and counting

Family-owned pharmacy's tenure spans 5 generations

Tri-Lakes Edition

Miller’s Drug Store has been a staple of Malvern’s Main Street since 1890, 14 years after the city’s incorporation. The latest in the Miller succession is Sable Miller, who graduated from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock with a Pharm.D. degree in May. She is the first female in the Miller lineage to become a pharmacist for the drugstore. In the 124 years since its beginning, the store has been destroyed and... READ MORE

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