I haven't listened for it in a long time, and I suspect they have moved everything to 700.
However, VHF frequencies can be hard to come by in the more populace parts of the state, and they'll never give up a statewide channel like that. Will be interesting to see what they do with it. Looking at the two licenses in the state that have it, one shows 120 watts for temporary fixed base use, and the other has two entries for MO (110 watts) and MO3 (300mw) use. Keeping it as an interoperability channel, or for simple car to car/portable to portable use would make some sense. Resources like that are hard to come by now.