Nearly a year since Skelton brothers vanished without a trace

It's been nearly a year since Skelton brothers were last seen

/ WNWO Newsfile

It's been nearly a year since three Lenawee County brothers vanished from their father's home. Andrew, Alexander and Tanner Skelton have not been seen since Thanksgiving 2010.

And to help keep the search for these brothers from fading, their family is planning a ceremony for Nov. 27 inside the Morenci High School Gym. Morenci's Mayor is expected to give an update on the reward fund and the police chief will give an update on the investigation. This will be followed by a tribute to the Skelton brothers who were last seen by their father John Skelton.

He's serving 10 to 15 years in prison after pleading no contest to unlawful imprisoning his sons. He claims he gave them to an underground organization.

Morenci police have treated this case as a homicide investigation. If you know anything call Morenci Police at 517-458-7104.

Meanwhile, in Monroe, the community is not giving up its fight to find out who killed little Nevaeh Buchanan.

The group "Justice for Nevaeh" is holdin a reward poster distribution campaign event Thursday at 6pm at the Moose Lodge on North Macomb Street in Monroe.

It's been more than two years since the five year old girl was kidnapped from outside her apartment building. Her body was found in a concrete grave a few weeks later.