Montana has begun the process of slowly re-opening over the past couple of weeks. Bars and restaurants are returning with social distancing guidelines in place, and some local retail stores are heading back to business.

But the Coronavirus pandemic hasn't just been affecting Montana, it's been affecting the entire nation and the world - and so the timeline on the reopening of some of the bigger, national chains that may have Montana locations is a little less clear. But now, we know that at least one of them is set to make its return.

Kohl's, the retail clothing store, is about to reopen all of its Montana locations, including its store located on Brooks Street in Missoula. They've set May 11th, this coming Monday, as their first official day back.

Kohl's had already been offering a limited contact drive-up service for the last few weeks, and that will still be available to customers who want it, but people will now be able to enter the store as long as they follow the social distancing measures in place.

They're also reducing their shopping hours, and will be open daily from 11 AM to 7 PM, with a dedicated shopping hour for seniors and others at risk on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 11 AM to noon.

Have you stopped by a retail store since they began to reopen in Montana? Will you be going to Kohl's or would you rather still utilize their curbside, limited-contact service?