That would be correct! (This has nothing to do with SEO, Ralph.)
If I am correct, you have one article and are asking if it is okay to link to it from more than one category.
Right now I have an "Article Listing" page. It includes a listing of Articles on my website. For each Article, there is the Article's Title, a Short Summary, and a Thumbnail.
This approach works fine for now, because I have like 6 Articles. But as my site expands it isn't very user-friendly. (Would you want to scroll through 200 Articles??)
So, I am thinking of breaking my website up into "Sections", and each "Section" would have an index page which is similar to my "Article Listing" page now.
If I have an Article that would normally be in the "Finance" section, but which also is related to some current event, then I was wondering if it would be okay to have my "Article Summary (w link)" in the "Finance" section and put it in the "In The News" section as well.
I don't see a problem with that. In fact, I think it's an excellent idea. Those who come to your site looking for "Finance" may not find it "In the News" and vice versa. Your plan helps your visitors have a better experience by quickly directing them to where they want to go.
That was my thinking!
But, I don't know if I see other websites like the NY Times, LA Times, USA Today, CNN, etc doing this. Then again, they have loyal readerships, and probably don't need the cross-referencing as much as I do.