ANDERSON -- The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says it will resume its regular discharges through the Savannah River lakes system. The Corps says it will increase discharges from Thurmond Dam near Augusta, Ga., to 3,600 cubic feet per second from the current 3,100 cubic feet beginning Sunday. The Corps suspended outflows from Lake Hartwell for more than a month and had limited flows through Thurmond Dam to try to boost Hartwell's levels. A persistent drought in the area had pushed the lake to 18 feet below normal. The Corps manages the lakes shared by South Carolina and Georgia along the Savannah River.