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Help might be on way at lake

...crisis facing the lake's hybrids, stripers and, to a lesser extent, largemouth bass populations. A Savannah District Corps of Engineers spokesman said personnel are no longer netting dead hybrids and stripers above or below the dam. "Lower...
'Bubble' collapse could be deadly

...bass floating on the surface. Two were bloated and the other was still feebly moving." Bettross said Savannah District Corps of Engineers fisheries biologist Jamie Sikes checks water quality in the lake, and on July 15 reported the "best oxygen...
'Mega ramps' designed to lure fishermen

...weigh-in station including a 10-foot fish return pipe, scales and bleachers later this year." The Savannah District Corps of Engineers cooperated with Beale's department by lowering the lake between four and five feet so the ramps could...
Compromise over dam proposed

...Environmental Assessment but are skeptical of whether the corps will follow through on its promises. "The Savannah District Corps of Engineers, over the years, has not proven to be a trustworthy organization," said Buford Mabry, chief legal...
Blasts Corps delay in storm cleanup

...Indian Cove has been ignored. An appeal for action was made to Col. Joseph K. Schmitt, commander of the Savannah District Corps of Engineers on Dec. 14, with no response. ... At Plantation Point we applaud the "take the bull by the horns...
Opinion columns
Mr. Jack Anderson (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

...Anderson was a native of Ft. Dodge, Iowa and was a World War II Army veteran. He was retired from Savannah District Corps of Engineers at Fort Gordon. Mr. Anderson was a member of Sweetwater Baptist Church, the Briggs Bible Sunday School...