7/25/2011 AM Live Ag Report

FRESNO, Calif.

A farm worker died earlier this month. It's one of six possible heat-related deaths the state is now investigating.

The Division of Occupational Safety and Health is reviewing whether a 47-year-old worker in Blythe died while harvesting cantaloupes in 102-degree heat on July seventh.

The agency is also investigating the April death of a 56-year-old farm worker harvesting corn in 84-degree heat in Imperial County.

Other cases under investigation involve a drilling crew member, a police officer, a temporary laborer and a grading foreman. All died in June.

Coroners have not yet confirmed the cause of their deaths.

Now is the time to enroll ff you want to be involved with 4H.

All 4H members and leaders must enroll or re-enroll online. Letters were sent to all currently enrolled 4H families in early July to explain log-in and enrollment procedures.

Member fees have gone up this year. They are now $20 per person.Some clubs will be holding enrollment events.

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