Byhalia is a small town of Marshall County in the state of Mississippi. It has a total area of about 7.6 sq. kms with an elevation of about 361 ft from the sea level. The town of Byhalia has a long history of strained race relation between the white and the black Americans, which, to date, is not amicable. The education sector of the town is generally served by the School district of Marshall county. Local residents find employment there, making it the principal economic activity of the town. Byhalia has a few notable faces of the world roginating from the small town. There are also a number of shops and stores in the locality which aid in the growth of the local economy.