SMITH PAPERS TO COME BACK TO THE STORE AFTER SEASONAL DISAPPEARANCE: NEWS BRIEFER

The Smiths Pharmacy is expected to return to the St. Louis store in the coming weeks.

The pharmacy has been in storage since last fall when it closed its doors after the death of its owner, Mark Henry, in March.

The store has been the site of several other recent closures, including one last week in the St Louis area.

Smiths is owned by the Henry family.

The Smith’s Pharmacy has been closed since September for renovations and remodeling.

It is now open for customers to visit for free.

The company says it is not currently making any announcements about when the pharmacy will reopen.

Smith’s has not returned to the public since the store closed in September.

Smiths has not released the full list of locations where it will reopen, but the pharmacy is expected back in the area of 20th and North Broadway, near the Missouri-Kansas border.

In January, a federal judge ruled the company violated the Americans with Disabilities Act by denying a transgender customer access to the restroom.

In response, the company agreed to open a facility for the disabled.

The pharmacy has a “one-of-a-kind” logo on the side of the store.

It also features an effigy of Henry on the walls.

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