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STARS is a courtesy server in the kansas.net domain, owned and operated by James L. Steele, 4005 Coachman Road, Manhattan, KS.  I may be reached at this email.

This page is being used to test the proper operation of the Apache Web server after installation.  If you can read this page, it means, among other things, that the Apache Web server installed at this site is working. 
These pages will be created and edited with Netscape Communicator - Composer or some other composer/editor for a Red Hat Linux System.  Eventually, this page will become a welcome page and index for general public access and use.  This page will feature information and links that may or may not be of interest. The links will focus on Agricultural Engineering information, data, research, development, opportunities, etc. This page includes a link to the web pages for the Second International Wheat Quality Conference, May 2001, Manhattan, KS. The IWQC-II page includes links to the 1997 Conference, AACC, ASAE, ICC, KSU and AIB, all actively involved in the organization and sponsorship of the International Wheat Quality Conferences. This page will also include other links, perhaps of a more personal nature, like personal pages, high school classmate pages, perhaps some links to specialized business pages where STARS may be the hosting server or I'm involved in some way or another.

Several pages are currently hosted by STARS, but some links to hosted pages have been deactivated. Personal pages and other pages are still projected.  At the moment, I encourage all readers to be active in upcoming general elections.  Be sure to register and vote in this historic and critical  time for our nation, the USA, and help us retain and remember the freedoms that we have, "Freeom of Choice" and "Life, liberty and pursuit of happiness"!

Please visit again sometime and hopefully, you will find something of greater value at this site in the future.

Respectfully, James L. Steele

This page went on the air in February 2001.
Last revised March 02, 2010.  jsteele


InfoLinks:
1.  The 1997 International Wheat Quality Conference Page at STARS: http://stars.kansas.net/iwqc/
2.  The 2001 International Wheat Quality Conference Page at STARS: http://stars.kansas.net/iwqc- ii/
3.  ASAE - Membership Development Council at STARS: http://www.asae.org/  pages on stars archived
4.  ASAE - Foundation Page at STARS: http://www.asae.org/foundation/  pages on stars archived
5.  Centerville High School, Class '56 Page at STARS: http://stars.kansas.net/CHS_Class_'56/
6.  Centerville High School, Class '57 Page at STARS: http://stars.kansas.net/CHS_Class_'57/
7.  Home Page, Pets-N-Stuff at STARS: http://stars.kansas.net/Pets-N-Stuff/
8.  Haverkamp Machinery Sales at STARS: http://stars.kansas.net/ Pages archived, send email if interested.
9.  Treble Hook Charters at STARS: http://stars.kansas.net/ Pages archived, send email if interested.
10. Centerville Farmers Market at STARS   New 2009
11. Sharon Chapel Church  at STARS         New 2009

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Support Agriculture, afterall when all is said and done, "We all must work for food!"  Why do you work?  Food first, other ammenities are only available because food costs are a small percentage of your work time.  Promote Agriculture, Food and Fiber Production, in all states.  Your support for Agriculture is greatly appreciated, it's the right thing to do, the basis of any other individual endeavor, and is the foundational strength of our nation that gives rise to all other creative and good things that we all can do or like to think we do.   Praise be for the opportunity!

Great days ahead!!
JSteele    04/28/2005
Updated: March 02, 2010