Top Headlines: Cargill Investing $475 Million- Including in Alabama, Judson College launching $5 million fundraising campaign

Marion’s Judson College is trying to raise $5 million by April 2.

Cargill investing $475 million, including in Alabama
U.S. agricultural commodities trader Cargill is investing $475 million in expansion of soybean processing at two Midwest plants and increasing efficiency at five others, including at its Guntersville plant, to meet growing demand. The seven projects will be completed over the next five years.  – Successful Farming

Ivey’s amended order relaxes restaurant rules
Gov. Kay Ivey’s amended stay-at-home order removes limits imposed for bar and restaurant seating. The order had said that no more than eight people could be seated at a table, but that limit is no longer in effect. In addition, the order now allows outdoor programs at senior citizen centers and raises the number of visitors and caregivers at hospitals to two.  – Alabama Political Reporter

Judson College launching $5 million fundraising campaign
The Judson College Board of Trustees has launched a campaign to raise $5 million by April 2, and the board will meet again then to decide the college’s future. The faith-based college in Marion has struggled financially and, recently, ended its associate in nursing program, cut jobs and delayed repairs on campus to save money.  – Alabama News Network

Noodles & Company eyeing expansion into Alabama
The national chain Noodles & Company is looking to expand its presence in the South, including opening its first locations in Alabama. Locations are planned in Birmingham, Huntsville and Mobile in the coming year. –

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