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    Key Construction president Dave Wells (left) and Old Town developer Dave Burk discuss climbing all 55 Colorado mountains that are 14,000 feet and higher. Carrie Rengers/The Wichita Eagle

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Businessmen Burk and Wells conquer all of Colorado’s ‘fourteeners’ (+video)

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