The Main Street News which is published in Florence, also now covers Jarrell.
It is distributed every two weeks in Florence, Jarrell, and Andice.
The city of Jarrell does not have it's own newspaper. Jarrell ISD publishes a monthly newsletter (newspaper) which includes submitted information from the city. http://www.esc13.net/jarrell/scratchpost.htm
The city also submitts information to the Williamson County Sun, published in Georgetown, TX.
The city of Jarrell now has it's own newspaper. The Jarrell Star Ledger, a weekly publication dedicated to the coverage of Jarrell is published weekly. For information on the Jarrell Star Ledger e mail email@example.com
It is about 200 miles (about 3 hour drive) per Google Maps.
It's a good day's ride, but if y'all don't want to push yer horses 'n cattle, settle down somewhere for the night and pick y'self back up in the morn.
Only the far southwestern parts of Texas are located in the Chihuahuan Desert - in the El Paso area. The desert receives, on average, 9 inches or less of rain per year.
Spanish settlers built the Mission San Antonio de Valero, named for St. Anthony of Padua, on the banks of the San Antonio River around 1718. They also established the nearby military garrison of San Antonio de Béxar, which soon became the center of a settlement known as San Fernando de Béxar (later renamed San Antonio).